JAMAICA GLEANER NEWS: -//- | Ja not Ebola-ready: Manchester patient who sparked virus fears lashes Government on preparedness | Government crafts Ebola road map | No big loss | Byles: One case could cripple tourism sector | Ebola facts - NEW GUIDELINES FOR HEALTH-CARE WORKERS | Double murder follows shooting of children in Fletcher's Land | Thumbs up for Hospitality Jamaica Awards | PM: It would cost us more than $4 million when him soak us. Abu Bakr deportation was money well spent, Government insists | Gov't proud of work on economic front - Phillips | Thwaites visits Vere Tech after chik-V-related deaths -//- JAMAICA OBSERVER NEWS: | Policeman, sister murder trial starts after difficulty in finding jurors | Three shot dead, several injured in East Kingston gang violence | Bank robber in Pittsburgh who bummed cigarette gets 10 years | Palestinian kills baby at Jerusalem station | Man dies, young daughter in hospital after hit and run accident in St Elizabeth | Forex: J$112.64 to one US dollar | UK man faked coma for 2 years to avoid court | T&T Prime Minister condemns Canada shooting | Gas prices down $1.24, diesel down $1.83 | US journalist heads home after Ebola recovery -//- CANA SPORTS: | CRICKET-FIRED-Gibson says he was fired by the WICB | CRICKET- CONTROVERSY-ICC says it can’t intervene in BCCI WICB dispute | CRICKET-WOMEN-LEAD-Matthews, Mohammed star as Windies Women lose second warm-up match | CRICKET-WOMEN-SCOREBOARD-Windies Women lose to Cricket Australia Women’s X1 | CRICKET-WOMEN-RESULTS-Windies Women lose to Cricket Australia Women’s X1 | FOOTBALL-BERMUDA-Wells left on the bench again: | FOOTBALL- WOMEN- Reggae Girlz eliminated from CONCACAF Championship | CRICKET-ELECTIONS-Barthley stepping aside for fresh blood to lead Antigua’s cricket -//- CANA SPORTS: | BERMUDA-TOURISM-Venezuelan group gets 60-day hotel extension | ST. LUCIA - HEALTH - OECS legislators to be briefed on Ebola prevention


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